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Latest Warhammer Age of Sigmar general is a snappy dresser

The Dawnbringer Marshal is a newly revealed hero for the upcoming Cities of Sigmar range refresh, a military leader and fashion icon

Warhammer Age of Sigmar Dawnbring Marshal armed with greatsword and shield

The latest preview for the upcoming Warhammer Age of Sigmar Cities of Sigmar range refresh is the dapper Dawnbringer Marshal. Revealed in a Warhammer Community article on Monday, this debonair military leader has all the latest couture and accessories – including a squire carrying a head on a stick.

According to the WarCom preview, each Marshal is a “master tactician and a veteran combatant”. We can’t vouch for that, but this noble is clearly a master of coordinated dressing. The colour-matching between the riding coat and cloak is one thing, but just look at how the shape of the coat hem reproduces the outline of the spade-shaped armor tassets, invoking the twin-tailed comet motif we see in the broach. Pure catwalk.

Warhammer Age of Sigmar Dawnbring Marshal armed with warhammer, with relic envoy

The Marshal is accompanied by a Relic Envoy, a squire who runs orders across the battlefield and carries an “artefact or relic from their family line”, in this case, a mummified head that can “whisper advice from beyond the grave”.

Warhammer Age of Sigmar Dawnbring Marshal armed with pistols, with relic envoy

Judging by the preview images in the article, this mini can be built with at least three different heads and a wide selection of weapons including a brace of pistols, a shield, a sword, and a warhammer. We don’t yet know if this model will sit alongside the existing Freeguild General model – which was originally released as an Empire General for Warhammer: The Old World – or replace it.

Games Workshop has been drip-feeding us news about the upcoming Age of Sigmar army refresh for the Cities of Sigmar, most recently the Freeguild cavaliers that were shown off at Warhammer Fest 2023.

If you’re a fan of Warhammer and knightly fashion, check out this awesome scratch-built Bretonnian Paladin that an eager Warhammer fan kit-bashed rather than wait for the official model release.